Stroud Wigwam run by Philip Booth on the
Last Friday of the month from 3.30-5.30 pm
Co-founder Philip Booth writes:
"The group is wonderfully informal, supportive, knowledgeable, non-judgemental and friendly. At the moment we have ten members who meet for two hours monthly in each others homes where possible and share stories of our approaches to cancer. We also put aside time to look in more details at issues like nutrition, the impact of emotions or the use of hyperthermia. We don’t have a facilitator as such, but we all contribute in different ways and at different times. We stay in contact via a WhatsApp group and at times some of our members have also come together to give online healing. One the greatest joys for me is the other members sharing healthy homemade snacks."
Philip co-founded the Stroud Wigwam group with Sharon Theaker at the end of 2018. Philip, whose background is in community work, was diagnosed with Stage 3 Prostate Cancer in September 2017 and has blogged about his experiences of orthodox and complimentary treatments at: https://myunexpectedguide.blogspot.com/